Stealth Exhaust 2.0 with Heat Shield by Kolpin

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Kolpin allows riders to enjoy their sport and still comply with trail and state regulations by reducing exhaust noise without sacrificing performance
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SKU: 53570
Brand: Kolpin Powersports

Stealth Exhaust 2.0 with Heat Shield by Kolpin

It is often said that loud ATV and UTV exhaust is the largest issue in the recreational world of ATV riding. The Stealth Exhaust System allows ATV and UTV riders to enjoy their sport and still comply with trail and state regulations by reducing exhaust noise without sacrificing performance. This accessory reduces exhaust noise by up to 50%, or 5-7 decibels ... which can make the difference between spooking that trophy game, or bringing that trophy home!

The Stealth Exhaust System is easy to install on any ATV or UTV with a four-stroke engine. It can be just as easy to remove if desired.  All mounting hardware is included, along with easy-to-follow installation instructions.

Stealth Exhaust 2.0 with Heat Shield Features:

  • Steel construction for long-lasting performance
  • Engineered with an innovative, high-flow/low restriction muffler
  • Quiets ATV and UTV exhaust noise up to 50% with no loss of mid-range performance
  • Baffled design has no packing to burn out
  • Dyno test results, on some models, have actually revealed an increase in mid-range power and overall performance
  • All mounting hardware and detailed instructions included
  • Universal design fits most ATVs and UTVs with a four-stroke engine
Does NOT fit John Deere XUV 550, Yamaha Viking, Honda Pioneer or 2014-current Polaris Rangers due to larger exhausts  

The Stealth Exhaust is designed to fit the factory installed exhaust on most ATV or UTV machines. It will NOT work with high performance aftermarket canister-type systems!

Our Take on Stealth Exhaust:

If you are a hunter or outdoors man it is not always great to have a load atv or utv.  If you are anything like me you want to pull up with out anyone hearing or detecting you.  Well that is exactly what the stealth exhaust is for, entering your favorite hunting spot or fishing hole undetected.  I have personally used this on my machine and it works great....even watch the videos and check out how amazing quiet your atv or utv will become instantly.   Give this an shot and you will get closer to the game you are hunting, not to mention you can talk over it easier and here more of your peaceful settings.  

Stealth Exhaust Video 2

Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

2017 Fitments

  • 2017 Prowler 1000
  • 2017 Outlander Max 650/850/1000
  • 2017 Outlander Max 450/570
  • 2017 Outlander 650/850/1000
  • 2017 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2017 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2017 Maverick
  • 2017 Maverick Max
  • 2017 Kodiak 700
  • 2017 KingQuad 750
  • 2017 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2017 Grizzly 700
  • 2017 Foreman 500
  • 2017 Commander Max
  • 2017 Commander 800/1000
  • 2017 Brute Force 750

2016 Fitments

  • 2016 Utility ATV 300/500/1000
  • 2016 Prowler 1000
  • 2016 Prowler 700
  • 2016 Outlander Max L 450/570
  • 2016 Outlander Max 570/650/850/1000
  • 2016 Outlander 570/650/850/1000
  • 2016 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2016 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2016 Mule 600/610
  • 2016 Maverick
  • 2016 Maverick Max
  • 2016 Kodiak 700
  • 2016 KingQuad 750
  • 2016 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2016 Grizzly 700
  • 2016 Commander Max
  • 2016 Commander 800/1000
  • 2016 Brute Force 750

2015 Fitments

  • 2015 Utility ATV 400/450/500/700/1000
  • 2015 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2015 Prowler 1000
  • 2015 Prowler 500/550/700
  • 2015 Outlander Max 500/650/800/1000
  • 2015 Outlander 500/650/800/1000
  • 2015 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2015 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2015 Mule 600/610
  • 2015 Maverick
  • 2015 KingQuad 750
  • 2015 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2015 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2015 Commander 800/1000
  • 2015 Brute Force 750

2014 Fitments

  • 2014 Utility ATV 400/450/500/550/700/1000
  • 2014 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2014 Sportsman X2 550/850
  • 2014 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2014 Sportsman 570
  • 2014 Sportsman 550 Touring EPS
  • 2014 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2014 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2014 Rubicon 500
  • 2014 Rincon 680
  • 2014 Rhino 700
  • 2014 Recon 250
  • 2014 Ranger XP 900
  • 2014 Ranger Crew 900
  • 2014 Ranger Crew 800
  • 2014 Ranger Crew 570 (Midsize)
  • 2014 Ranger 800 (Fullsize)
  • 2014 Ranger 400/500/570/800 (Midsize)
  • 2014 Rancher 420
  • 2014 RZR XP 1000
  • 2014 RZR XP 1000 4
  • 2014 RZR XP 900
  • 2014 RZR 900 4
  • 2014 RZR 800
  • 2014 RZR 800 XC
  • 2014 RZR 800 S
  • 2014 RZR 800 4
  • 2014 RZR 570
  • 2014 Prowler 1000
  • 2014 Prowler 500/550/700
  • 2014 Outlander Max 500/650/800/1000
  • 2014 Outlander Max 400
  • 2014 Outlander 500/650/800/1000
  • 2014 Outlander 400
  • 2014 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2014 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2014 Mule 600/610
  • 2014 Maverick
  • 2014 Maverick Max
  • 2014 KingQuad 750
  • 2014 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2014 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2014 Foreman 500
  • 2014 Commander Max
  • 2014 Commander 800/1000
  • 2014 Brute Force 750
  • 2014 Brute Force 650

2013 Fitments

  • 2013 Utility ATV 400/450/500/550/700/1000
  • 2013 Teryx
  • 2013 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2013 Sportsman X2 550/850
  • 2013 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2013 Sportsman Touring 500 H.O
  • 2013 Sportsman Big Boss 800 6X6
  • 2013 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2013 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2013 Rubicon 500
  • 2013 Rincon 680
  • 2013 Rhino 700
  • 2013 Ranger XP 900
  • 2013 Ranger Diesel
  • 2013 Ranger Crew Diesel
  • 2013 Ranger Crew 800
  • 2013 Ranger Crew 500
  • 2013 Ranger 800 (Fullsize)
  • 2013 Ranger 400/500/800 (Midsize)
  • 2013 Rancher 420
  • 2013 RZR XP 900
  • 2013 RZR XP 900 4
  • 2013 RZR 800
  • 2013 RZR 800 S
  • 2013 RZR 800 4
  • 2013 RZR 570
  • 2013 Prowler 1000
  • 2013 Prowler 500/550/700
  • 2013 Prairie 360
  • 2013 Outlander 500/650/800/1000
  • 2013 Outlander 400
  • 2013 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2013 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2013 Mule 600/610
  • 2013 Maverick
  • 2013 KingQuad 750
  • 2013 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2013 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2013 Grizzly 450
  • 2013 FourTrax Rincon Base
  • 2013 Foreman 500
  • 2013 Commander 800/1000
  • 2013 Brute Force 750
  • 2013 Brute Force 650

2012 Fitments

  • 2012 Utility ATV 425/450/550/700/1000
  • 2012 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2012 Sportsman X2 550/850
  • 2012 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2012 Sportsman Touring 500 H.O.
  • 2012 Sportsman Big Boss 800 6x6
  • 2012 Sportsman 850 Touring EPS
  • 2012 Sportsman 500 Touring EPS
  • 2012 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2012 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2012 Rubicon 500
  • 2012 Rincon 680
  • 2012 Rhino 700
  • 2012 Ranger Crew 800
  • 2012 Ranger Crew 500
  • 2012 Ranger 800
  • 2012 Ranger 400/500
  • 2012 Rancher 420
  • 2012 RZR XP 900
  • 2012 RZR XP 900 4
  • 2012 RZR 800
  • 2012 RZR 800 S
  • 2012 RZR 800 4
  • 2012 RZR 570
  • 2012 Prowler 1000
  • 2012 Prowler 550/700
  • 2012 Prairie 360
  • 2012 Outlander Max 400/500/650/800
  • 2012 Outlander 800/1000
  • 2012 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2012 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2012 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2012 Mule 600/610
  • 2012 KingQuad 750
  • 2012 KingQuad 400/450/500
  • 2012 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2012 Grizzly 300/350/450
  • 2012 FourTrax Rincon Base
  • 2012 Foreman 500
  • 2012 Commander 800/1000
  • 2012 Brute Force 750
  • 2012 Brute Force 650
  • 2012 Brute Force 300
  • 2012 Big Bear 400

2011 Fitments

  • 2011 Utility ATV 425/450/550/650/700/1000
  • 2011 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2011 Sportsman X2 550/850
  • 2011 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2011 Sportsman Big Boss 800 6x6 EFI
  • 2011 Sportsman 850 X2
  • 2011 Sportsman 850 Touring EPS
  • 2011 Sportsman 550 X2
  • 2011 Sportsman 550 Touring EPS
  • 2011 Sportsman 500 Touring H.O.
  • 2011 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2011 Rubicon 500
  • 2011 Rincon 680
  • 2011 Rhino 700
  • 2011 Ranger Diesel
  • 2011 Ranger Crew 800
  • 2011 Ranger Crew 500
  • 2011 Ranger 800
  • 2011 Ranger 400/500
  • 2011 Rancher 420
  • 2011 RZR XP 900
  • 2011 RZR 800
  • 2011 RZR 800 S
  • 2011 RZR 800 4
  • 2011 RZR 570
  • 2011 Prowler 1000
  • 2011 Prowler 550/700
  • 2011 Prairie 360
  • 2011 Outlander Max 400/500/650/800
  • 2011 Outlander 800
  • 2011 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2011 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2011 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2011 Mule 600/610
  • 2011 KingQuad 750
  • 2011 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2011 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2011 Grizzly 350/450
  • 2011 FourTrax Rincon Base
  • 2011 Foreman 500
  • 2011 Commander 800/1000
  • 2011 Brute Force 750
  • 2011 Brute Force 650
  • 2011 Big Bear 400

2010 Fitments

  • 2010 Utility ATV 450/550/650/700
  • 2010 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2010 Sportsman X2 550/850
  • 2010 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2010 Sportsman Big Boss 800 6x6 EFI
  • 2010 Sportsman 850 Touring EPS
  • 2010 Sportsman 800 EFI Touring
  • 2010 Sportsman 550 Touring EPS
  • 2010 Sportsman 500 H.O. Touring
  • 2010 Sportsman 500 EFI Touring
  • 2010 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2010 Sportsman 300
  • 2010 Rubicon 500
  • 2010 Rincon 680
  • 2010 Rhino 700
  • 2010 Ranger Crew 800
  • 2010 Ranger 800
  • 2010 Ranger 400/500
  • 2010 Rancher 420
  • 2010 RZR 800
  • 2010 RZR 800 S
  • 2010 RZR 800 4
  • 2010 Prowler 1000
  • 2010 Prowler 550/700
  • 2010 Prairie 360
  • 2010 Outlander Max 400/500/650/800
  • 2010 Outlander 800
  • 2010 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2010 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2010 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2010 Mule 600/610
  • 2010 KingQuad 750
  • 2010 KingQuad 400/450/500
  • 2010 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2010 Grizzly 350/450
  • 2010 Foreman 500
  • 2010 Brute Force 750
  • 2010 Brute Force 650
  • 2010 Big Bear 400

2009 Fitments

  • 2009 Utility ATV 250/300/500/550/700
  • 2009 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2009 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2009 Sportsman Big Boss 800 6x6 EFI
  • 2009 Sportsman 800 EFI Touring
  • 2009 Sportsman 500 EFI Touring
  • 2009 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2009 Sportsman 300
  • 2009 Sportsman 90
  • 2009 Rubicon 500
  • 2009 Rubicon 500
  • 2009 Rincon 680
  • 2009 Rhino 700
  • 2009 Rhino 450
  • 2009 Ranger Crew 700
  • 2009 Ranger 700
  • 2009 Ranger 500
  • 2009 Rancher 420
  • 2009 RZR 800
  • 2009 RZR 800 S
  • 2009 Prowler 1000
  • 2009 Prowler 550/650/700
  • 2009 Prairie 360
  • 2009 Outlander Max 400/500/650/800
  • 2009 Outlander 800
  • 2009 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2009 Mule 4010 Trans
  • 2009 Mule 4000/4010
  • 2009 Mule 600/610
  • 2009 KingQuad 750
  • 2009 KingQuad 400/450/500
  • 2009 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2009 Grizzly 350/450
  • 2009 Foreman 500
  • 2009 Brute Force 750
  • 2009 Brute Force 650
  • 2009 Big Bear 400
  • 2009 Big Bear 250

2008 Fitments

  • 2008 Utility ATV 250/400/500/650/700
  • 2008 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2008 Sportsman 800 EFI Touring
  • 2008 Sportsman 500 EFI Touring
  • 2008 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2008 Sportsman 300
  • 2008 Rincon 680
  • 2008 Rhino 700
  • 2008 Rhino 450
  • 2008 Ranger 700
  • 2008 Ranger 500
  • 2008 RZR 800
  • 2008 Prowler 650/700
  • 2008 Prairie 360
  • 2008 Outlander Max 400/500/650/800
  • 2008 Outlander 800
  • 2008 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2008 Mule 3010 Trans
  • 2008 Mule 3000/3010
  • 2008 Mule 600/610
  • 2008 KingQuad 400/450/750
  • 2008 Grizzly 660/700
  • 2008 Grizzly 350/400/450
  • 2008 Brute Force 750
  • 2008 Brute Force 650
  • 2008 Big Bear 400

2007 Fitments

  • 2007 Utility ATV 250/400/500/650/700
  • 2007 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2007 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2007 Sportsman 450 4x4
  • 2007 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2007 Rhino 660
  • 2007 Rhino 450
  • 2007 Ranger 700
  • 2007 Ranger 500
  • 2007 Prowler 650
  • 2007 Prairie 360
  • 2007 Outlander Max 400/650/800
  • 2007 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2007 Outlander 400/500/600
  • 2007 Mule 3010 Trans
  • 2007 Mule 3000/3010
  • 2007 Mule 600/610
  • 2007 KingQuad 450/700
  • 2007 Grizzly 660/700
  • 2007 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2007 Grizzly 450
  • 2007 Grizzly 400
  • 2007 Grizzly 350/400/450
  • 2007 Foreman 500
  • 2007 Brute Force 750
  • 2007 Brute Force 650
  • 2007 Big Bear 400

2006 Fitments

  • 2006 Utility ATV 250/400/500/650
  • 2006 Sportsman X2 500/700/800
  • 2006 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2006 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2006 Rhino 660
  • 2006 Rhino 450
  • 2006 Ranger 700
  • 2006 Ranger 500
  • 2006 Rancher 350
  • 2006 Prowler 650
  • 2006 Prairie 700
  • 2006 Prairie 360
  • 2006 Mule 3010 Trans
  • 2006 Mule 3000/3010
  • 2006 Mule 600/610
  • 2006 Kodiak 450
  • 2006 KingQuad 700
  • 2006 Brute Force 750
  • 2006 Brute Force 650

Stealth ExhaustHeat Shield_53570_1

Safety Considerations:
1. Wear gloves during installations and be careful
when handling the metal pieces as some may have
sharp edges that can cause very bad cuts very
easily.
2. Do not block the visibility of the taillight on your
machine with the Stealth Exhaust.
3. CAUTION – BURN HAZARD!!! Although the
Stealth exhaust does not get as hot as your OEM
muffler, be aware that under some conditions it
can cause severe burns. Like any other exposed
exhaust on an ATV, your Stealth Exhaust can get
hot enough to burn exposed skin.

General Installation Instructions – For Universal
Exhaust Kit
There are four basic mounting positions for the
system. Direct mount to the rear of existing
muffler, mid mount (such as Polaris example),
him mount tor rear of the ATV rack or Frame, and
high mount to extended rear rack/basket. These
instructions are general for all mounts, and are to
be used with the attached pictures of the different
applications. Depending on your riding style and
uses, the higher mounts are generally more desirable for more extreme riding (dips, creek bottoms, etc.) to
keep from dragging the Kolpin Stealth Exhaust system. Leave at least 2 to 3 inches between the muffler
and any plastic components, to keep from melting or distorting the plastic.

The Number in parentheses ( ) indicates corresponding number
in the BOM (Bill of Materials). Heat Shield mounting
instructions are at the end of this manual.

1. 1 3/8” or 1 ½” Outlet – The first step is to determine what is necessary to make the outlet on your ATV
exhaust have the 1 3/8” O.D. or 1 ½” O.D. male outlet needed to adapt to the Stealth Exhaust 2.0. For
ATV’s that have a male outlet, use the Adapter Bushings (12, 13, or 14 in BOM) in the kit (see instruction
supplement) to bush it up to the 1 ½” size. If your OEM outlet points down, you may need to cut it so it
points more directly out the rear of the machine. Be sure to leave the outlet long enough (at least 1 ½”) to
slide the bushings on it and attach the Stealth Exhaust 2.0. If you are mounting the Stealth Exhaust 2.0
directly to the existing outlet on your ATV (as in the pictures of the Yamaha Grizzly), use the smaller 1
3/8” muffler clamp for this connection. Also, use the high temp silicone (not included) for this type of
attachment.

For ATV’s (such as Honda) with no male outlet – Use the weld on adapters (10, or 11) See the
instruction supplement, or use our optional Bolt-On Adaptor, part number 53520
DIRECT MOUNT: Weld on the 1 3/8” O.D. adapter, and install the Stealth Exhaust directly over the adapter,
and clamp it with 1 3/8” Muffler Clamp.
HIGH MOUNT USING ELBOW ADAPTER. Weld on 1 ½” O.D. adapter; then the adapter elbow will slide
over the weld on adapter. Now clamp that using the 1 ½” muffler clamp. Hold the proper adapter centered over
the outlet and weld it in place. Wire feed or any type of light metal welding works well for this. If your OEM
muffler is stainless steel, generally Type 309 wire or rod works best. If you do not have welding capabilities,
most welding shops will do it for a minimal fee. It is suggested you disconnect the battery and ignition system,
and put the welding ground as close as possible to the weld area to prevent any damage to the ATV’s electrical
system. You can also remove your muffler to weld on the adapter. Weld on adapters can be used to adapt most
any ATV to the Stealth Exhaust 2.0.

BOLT ON ADAPTER 53520: A universal bolt on adapter is available for many applications, such as the
Honda Rancher 300, the Forman 400 and 450, or any ATV with a flat or concave outlet on the OEM muffler.
There is also a bolt on adapter available specifically for the Honda Rubicon (53530) while supplies last.
2. Mount Muffler – Determine how and where you want to mount your Stealth Exhaust 2.0 and install it
using the rubber coated mounting clamps and the Mounting Bands (2)) in the kit. Select the proper rubber
coated clamps, (there are three sizes, 8, 9, or 10 depending on your rack Diameter), for the frame or rear rack on
your ATV and slide the clamp over the over that. Then install the Mounting Bands (4) over the muffler using
the supplied Bolts and Nuts (15, 16, and 17) and hang it in place, using the 8 holed Mounting Strap (4), which
you can bend, cut or drill to better accommodate your needs for your application. Hang the Stealth Exhaust2.0
in place, but do not tighten at this point.

2. 80 Degree Adapter Elbow Connection(3) – Hold the special adapter elbow in place, between the
ATV’s muffler outlet and the Stealth Exhaust inlet. Determine where to cut the adapter elbow to fit. BE
CAREFUL NOT TO CUT THE ADAPTER TOO SHORT! Cut the adapter to fit with a hack saw.
WARNING: Do not distort the tube by clamping it too tight in a vice! Be sure to clean the burs from the
cut end with a file or some sandpaper. This will also allow the pipe to slide on easily. To assemble the
elbow into place, you will have to loosen the muffler hanger or take the muffler back off. The next step is
to put the adapter in place and make sure it fits correctly. Attach it using the 1 ½” clamps form the kit.
Again, you can use some orange hi-temp sealant on this connection. Now, reassemble your muffler and
hangers into place and tighten all mounts and clamps. Cutting 4 small slices in the pipe will allow the pipe
to tighten more securely.
Direct Mount – If your ATV already has a male outlet, simply slide the supplied bushings on your ATV
outlet and install the Stealth Exhaust directly on it using the smaller 1 3/8” muffler clamp. (See Grizzly
Pictures). For a direct mount to the rear of the ATV’s muffler with the installed 1 3/8” weld on outlet, use the
1 3/8” muffler clamp. You can use some high temp silicone on this connection and on the bushings

Supplemental Instructions for the Weld on Adapter and the Adapter Bushings.
SPLIT TYPE ADAPTER BUSHINGS – The three (3) split type adapter bushings are designed to be used
together in steps to bush the existing outlet on your ATV’s muffler to the proper size, to accommodate the Kolpin
Stealth Exhaust 2.0. The bushings can be gently expanded or squeezed together to make installation easier. The
bushings are identified by part numbers as follows:
1. 57 – 1 1/8” to 1 ¼”
2. 58 – 1 ¼” to 1 3/8”
3. 59 – 1 3/8” to 1 ½”
To achieve the proper installation and seal without damaging the stealth muffler inlet, the bushings must be used in
these steps, per the above example.

Models with 1 1/8” O.D. male outlet, such as Yamaha Grizzly.
1. First install the number 57 bushing that goes from 1 1/8” to 1 ¼” on the OEM muffler outlet.
2. Next, over the number 57 bushing install the number 58 bushing. This will take it from 1 ¼” to 1 3/8”.
3. If you are direct mounting the stealth muffler, you now have the proper 1 3/8” O.D. outlet needed on
your ATV to install the Kolpin Stealth Exhaust 2.0. Simply clamp it down using the muffler clamp
provided. For a maximum seal, use orange hi-temp silicone on the bushings and any connection points.
4. If you are using the adapter elbow to connect the Stealth Exhaust 2.0 to your ATV’s muffler such as for
a mid or high mount, you will have to us the third bushing, number 59. This bushing goes from 1 3/8”
to 1 ½”. You will now have the proper size, 1 ½” O.D., to us the elbow adapter and clamp it down over
the bushing assembly and connect it to the Stealth Exhaust 2.0
Models with 1 ¼” O.D. male outlet, such as the Sportsman series.
1. First, install the number 58 bushing that goes from 1 ¼” to 1 3/8” on stock muffler outlet.
2. If you are direct mounting the Stealth Exhaust 2.0, you now have the proper 1 3/8” O.D.
outlet on you ATV to correctly install the Stealth Exhaust 2.0. Clamp it down with the 1 3/8” muffler
clamp. For the best seal, use orange hi-temp silicone on the bushing and connections.
3. If you are using the adapter elbow to connect the Stealth Exhaust 2.0 to your ATV’s muffler (such as
mid or high mount), you will have to use a second bushing. Use the number 59 bushing that goes from
1 3/8” to 1 ½”, and slide it over the other bushing. You will then have the proper size, 1 ½” O.D., to use
the elbow adapter and clamp it down over the bushing assembly and connect it to the Stealth Exhaust
2.0

WELD ON ADAPTERS (10, or 11) – There are two weld on adapters in this kit, they should be used as
follows.
1. If you are direct mounting the Stealth Exhaust 2.0 use the smaller 1 3/8” O.D. x 2” Long Adapter. After
welding this adapter on, you will have the proper 1 3/8” O.D. size to direct mount the Stealth Exhaust
2.0. If you decide later to use the elbow adapter to connect your muffler, you can slide the number 59
busing on to the weld on adapter, and this will give you the 1 ½” O.D. size to use the elbow adapter.
2. If you are using the elbow adapter to connect your Stealth Exhaust 2.0, (such as mid or high mount), use
the larger 1 ½” size to use the elbow adapter. Again, for the best seal, use hi-temp orange silicone on
connections for the best result.
WELDING SUGGESTIONS: If your ATV’s stock muffler is stainless steel (Such as most Hondas), type 309
welding wire or rod for dissimilar metals is recommended and may produce a better weld. This is a
common welding material at welding shops. DO NOT WELD without first disconnecting the
battery, CDI System and any other electrical components or severe damage could occur!!

UNIVERSAL BOLT ON ADAPTER – 1 3/8” O.D.

Fits Honda 300. 350, 400, 450 and other makes/models with flat or concave outlet.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
This adapter is designed for use on most all ATV applications where the original equipment muffler outlet has a flat or
concave surface, and no male pipe outlet.
1. Hold the adapter centered over the exhaust outlet and mark the four mounting holes with scribe or marking
pen, and the center punch holes.
2. Drill the four holes with a 1/8” bit.
3. Using a 3/16” pin punch or awl, like that shown in the picture, hammer the punch into each hole to enlarge it
to the size that will accept the ¼” self tapping screws. This rolls some of the metal into the hole, and will
make the self-tapping screws grip better. Be very careful not to enlarge the holes past the maximum of
3/16”, or the self-tapping screw may not tighten properly.
4. If your application has a concave surface on the muffler outlet, it is probably a good idea to use the supplied
gasket with some orange high temp silicone. Hold the gasket in place for a short time until the sealer gets
tacky. After the silicone has dried enough to hold the gasket in place, apply the high-temp silicone liberally
to both mounting surfaces and the bolt holes. Now go to step 6.
5. If your application has a flat surface on the muffler outlet, you probably don’t need the gasket, just apply the
high-temp silicone liberally to both surfaces and the mounting holes

6. Hold the adapter in place. Using a ratchet and socket start the self tapping screws by pushing on them and
turning them at the same time. You may have to tap the screw lightly with a hammer to get them started.
Tighten the screws securely, but use care not to over tighten to the point of stripping the threads.
7. This adapter has a 1 3/8” O.D. so the Stealth Exhaust 2.0 can now slide over it and be installed direct, using
the 1 3/8” muffler clamp in your kit.
8. IMPORTANT: If you are using the 80 degree adapter elbow pipe for the connection between the bolt on
adapter and the Stealth Exhaust 2.0, you must slide the #59 Split Bushing, from your Exhaust kit, onto the
bolt on adapter outlet before installing the elbow. This sleeves the outlet to the proper 1 ½” size needed to
install the elbow. HI-TEMP SILICONE can be used on connections for maximum sealing, but this is NOT
mandatory!

INSTALLATION

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HONDA RUBICON BOLT ON ADAPTER WITH 1 3/8” O.D. OUTLET

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Carefully remove the original equipment spark arrester bolts. These bolts may try to seize and break off as
you try to remove them. Use penetrating oil and work the bolts back and forth till they will come out
without breaking. It is not necessary to remove the spark arrester, but make sure the gasket behind it stays in
place.
2. Apply Orange Hi-Temp Silicon liberally to the rear of the spark arrester, where the adapter and gasket will
contact it. Apply silicone sealant to both sides of the gasket and install in place on the muffler.
3. Apply anti-seize compound to the threads of the 6 x 20mm replacement bolts supplied in the kit.
4. Again, make sure gasket behind the spark arrester is in place and make sure the new gasket for the adapter is
in place. Then hold the adapter in place being careful to get it exactly in place the first time. Start all 6 x
20mm replacement bolts and turn them in and tighten them evenly. It is important that these bolts be
tightened evenly so the adapter seals properly all the way around.
5. Let the silicone dry while you finish the installation of the Stealth Exhaust 2.0. It is important that the
silicone has adequate time to dry before starting the machine. Check the tightness of the mounting bolts
again, both before and after starting the machine.
6. This adapter has a 1 3/8” O.D. so the Stealth Exhaust 2.0 can now slide over it and be installed direct, using
the 1 3/8” muffler clamp in your kit.
7. IMPORTANT: If you are using the 80 degree adapter elbow pipe for the connection between the bolt on
adapter and the Stealth Exhaust 2.0, you must slide the #59 Split Bushing, from your Exhaust kit, onto the
bolt on adapter outlet before installing the elbow. This bushes the outlet up to the proper 1 ½” size needed
to install the elbow. ALWAYS USE HI-TEMP SILICONE ON ALL CONNECTIONS FOR MAXIMUM
NOISE REDUCTION.

Suzuki King Quad

1. Remove the Heat Shield and Spark Arrestor from the muffler by removing the three screws at the outlet.
2. Using the smaller WELD-ON ADAPTOR supplied with the Stealth kit, place this over the stock outlet as shown in
the picture and weld in place.
3. Install the modified Spark Arrestor back into the muffler canister on the machine, install the heat shield and secure
with the three screws. The Stealth muffler can now be clamped directly to the outlet with no adaptors required.
Secure the muffler body to the chassis using the band clamps, strap and vinyl coated band clamp of your choice and
go riding!

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INSTALLATION

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YAMAHA RHINO INSTALLATION

1. To install the Stealth Exhaust 2.0 correctly on the Rhino the outlet must be changed to point down instead of angled
to the right. This can be done by welding on the 1 3/8” weld on adapter as shown in the first picture or by removing
the spark arrester and drill new holes so it can be rotated to point down. This is shown in the top right picture.
Redrilling is the simplest solution.
2. Apply HI-TEMP Silicone sealant and install the middle sized #58 split adapter bushing as shown.
3. Assemble the hangers to the exhaust and install by bending hangers as shown. Drill holes for hanger bolts in the
cross member and attach using the bolt and nut supplied.
4. Push muffler as far on outlet as possible, then tilt the dump box to check for clearance. Also, be sure to check the tire
clearance. Adjust the angle of the exhaust as needed and install and tighten the 1 3/8” muffler clamp. Run engine
and retighten the muffler clamp securely.
5. Check to make sure your clearances are still there. FYI-you may need an extension for the hitch.
6. NOTE some pictures are from our original Stealth Exhaust system that utilized a longer canister. Also, the new
shorter Stealth 2.0 only utilizes one hanger strap instead of the two in the picture.

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YAMAHA GRIZZLY INSTALLATION

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1. Place the number 58 bushing onto the OEM outlet.
2. Slide the Stealth Exhaust inlet onto the Number 58 bushing. Tighten using the 1 3/8” Muffler clamp. Use
orange hi-temp silicone on all connections for maximum noise reductions.
3. The mounting strap will need to be custom bent for supporting the muffler. Here we place the mount on the
back side of the muffler. We leave the attachment method open to the consumer so you can custom fit your
machine based on how you use it.
4. The Kolpin Heat Shield (53560) has been attached to prevent anyone from touching the hot exhaust.

POLARIS RANGER 6 x 6 INSTALLATION

1. Install the number 58 and 59 bushings on the outlet of the OEM muffler.
2. Cut the elbow adapter to fit from the OEM outlet to the Stealth Exhaust 2.0.
3. Clamp using two 1 ½” Muffler Clamps connecting the OEM muffler to the Stealth Exhaust 2.0. Use orange
hi-temp silicone on all connections for maximum noise reductions.
4. The Mounting Strap will need to be attached to the frames cross members under the dump bed.
5. Be sure to leave adequate room from any wires running under your bed.

POLARIS SPORTSMAN XP

1. First, cut the “L” shaped tube so that it can be used as a straight adapter pipe as shown below. (Photo 1)
2. Cut 2 slots, approximately ¾”, down the sides of the pipe you just cut, similar to the cuts on the Stealth. Be
sure not to cut the slots too long as the system will not seal correctly!
2. Now, clamp the Kolpin Stealth Exhaust to the OEM Muffler using the pipe you just cut and (2) of the 1.50”
U-Bolt Clamps provided. (Photo 1)
3. Next, take the largest R shaped mounting clamp and widen out to fit around the OEM Bar at the rear of the
machine. (Photo 2)
4. Now, place the bands around the muffler to see how the mounting strap will need to be cut as shown below.
(Photo 3)
5. Cut the mounting strap to fit.
6. Tighten all hardware securely.

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POLARIS RZR (2008 Model Year) INSTALLATION3.

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Heat Shield Mounting Instructions:
1. The heat shield attaches using the 4 Mounting Bands
included with the kit. Use the 4 Carriage Bolts (7) on each
side (top and bottom) of the Mounting Bands as shown in the
picture, secure with 4 lock washers and nuts. (8 & 9)

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2. The Kolpin Heat Shield has three slots (top and bottom) to make
it easier to center the shield over the muffler, no matter what position
your muffler is located

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3. To complete the installation, attach the proper size vinyl-coated strap to a frame
tube and attach the 8- hole mounting strap using the supplied hex bolt, washer, lock
washer and nut. The other side of the strap mounts to the muffler. NOTE: this strap
is designed to be cut to length if needed.

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Mode de montage de l’écran pare-chaleur
1. Le pare-chaleur se fixe à l’aide des bandes de montage (2)
comprises dans l’emballage et de l’autre bande de montage
fournie avec le silencieux Stealth Kolpin. Utilisez les
4 boulons ordinaires (7) de chaque côté (haut et bas) des
bandes de montage (voir schéma).

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2. L’écran pare-chaleur Kolpin a trois fentes (en haut et en bas) pour faciliter
son centrage sur le silencieux, quelle que soit la position du silencieux.

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3. Pour faciliter l’installation, commencez à visser (sans serrer) les
4 écrous sur les boulons ordinaires. Une fois posés, placez l’écran parechaleur
où vous le désirez, puis serrez les 4 écrous sur les boulons.

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